Elevator Going Down

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Inside a Federal office building on a defunct army base, a woman is slowly going crazy—without any tangible reason—but rather an illogical, lingering fear of losing her career, her husband, and her mind, after a co-worker is murdered. ELEVATOR GOING DOWN is a horror story about how a person can be driven over the edge of reality and slip into a world of madness.

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About GM Weger

G.M. Weger lives near East Garrison in the town of Salinas, California. She works as an editor/writer for the Department of Defense on former Army base Fort Ord. The inspiration for "East Garrison" came in part from her background around military antiques. Soon after she began working at Fort Ord, she found herself exploring the closed fort on her lunch hour, and felt haunted by spirits of all the soldiers who passed through on their way to four different wars. And then she wrote the award-winning book.

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Reviews

Review by: Anthony Montano on Dec. 06, 2012 :
The title says it all, except for the sort of double meaning or really triple meaning of the title that you won't get until the end of the story. Not sure if this is meant as dark comedy, but it's a keeper.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Leslie Penley on Oct. 17, 2012 : (no rating)
With "Elevator Going Down," G. M. Weger weaves the super-normal into a tale of a middle-aged woman slowly going crazy. After reading about the protagonist's daily life, one realizes this could easily happen to them. Beautifully written and with a surprise ending, this story stays with the reader.

Leslie Penley
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Arlen Grossman on Oct. 13, 2012 :
This story is disturbing...very disturbing, but in the same way that a good horror movie is disturbing. I chose this story because I had been impressed with Weger's first book, East Garrison. "Elevator Going Down" did not disappoint. Like I said, very disturbing, but I never wanted to stop reading it, to see what would eventually happen. This story of a woman trapped in a dead-end job slowly going crazy kept me interested right up to the creepy ending. Well worth the 99 cents. Weger has a gift for the macabre and an unfiltered and clever imagination.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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